Learning a language can be hard work at times, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun as well. So if you get fed up with learning irregular verbs, why not take a break and check out some of the games below?
Akinator — The Web Genie —Think of a character, real or fictional. Akinator will then proceed to ask you a series of questions and tell you who you were thinking of.
BBC Skillswise — 53 games covering punctuation, spelling, grammar, phonics, etc.
Cambridge Web Zone — Eight interactive grammar and vocabulary games.
Crossword English —My own crossword website with over 150 puzzles at different levels.
ESOL Help — A big collection of Flash-based ESL games.
Games to Learn English — These well-designed games are aimed at a relatively low level of English.
GeoGuessr — Embark on a journey that takes you all over the world. From the most desolate roads in Australia to the busy, bustling streets of New York City. It may not improve your English much, but it's great fun — and you'll discover lots of amazing places!
Geography Games — Discover more about countries, capitals, and geography through these amazing games!
Knoword — A fast-paced word game that challenges your vocabulary, tests your typing skills, and stimulates your mind. Choose from 3 levels. (See screenshot below.)
LearnEnglish (British Council) — Games to help you practise your English and others just for fun. Play, enjoy and learn!
Linguapress — Thematic graded crosswords and other word puzzles.
Listening Master — Test your listening skills with this fun game-show-style quiz. If you like that, try English Wizz.
ManyThings.org — Flash games and quizzes.
Road to Grammar — 7 word games. To access them, you'll have to click on 'Games' in the menu at the top.
Vocabulary.co.il — 1000 free English vocabulary-building games.